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("Transsexual" describes transgender people who have undergone medical treatment, such as hormone therapy or surgery, said Oger.) One tension is between people who want to celebrate being out, and those who have lived for years in fear of being outed, said Oger.

It's become widely adopted, not just for pride parades but also political statements, with some Canadian cities flying the rainbow flag during the 2014 Sochi Olympics to protest Russia's anti-gay laws.

Vancouver's West End neighbourhood boasts permanent rainbow crosswalks, painted by the city in 2013.

However, Oger said that "is no excuse" to burn the pride symbol, which she calls an "act of hatred." "This woman, she set fire to a flag, and she set off this gigantic uproar, that everybody across Canada thought some hater somewhere was coming after us again," said Oger.

"And it turns out that no, it was a trans person who was really unhappy about not being heard." Fink said she was suspended by the university when she was identified as a suspect, and is awaiting a non-academic misconduct hearing to see whether she will be expelled.